A financial education program - by women, for women.

The Super Woman Money Program was developed to address the startling fact that women in Australia are likely to retire with 40% less super than men - whether due to breaks for child rearing or because women still earn less than men.

Over five weeks the program addresses financial issues specific to women, through engaging and educational articles and events, so they can create an enjoyable lifestyle now and throughout retirement.

Over 12,000 women have been through this fee-free program since its launch in 2012.

What's included in the Super Woman Money Program?

VicSuper works with independent female financial planners to deliver a holistic, and engaging, program. Each program includes: 

  • Detailed articles on a wide range of financial topics - like goal setting, emotional spending, super, money and relationships, investing and taxation tips.
  • Seminars on common issues like saving, planning, investing and super.
  • A dedicated website with an 'Ask the expert' section where women can post questions to financial planners.

The program runs twice a year and there's no cost to participate.

Learn more or register for the next program at superwomanmoney.com.au.

A financial education program - by women, for women.

The Super Woman Money Program was developed to address the startling fact that women in Australia are likely to retire with 40% less super than men - whether due to breaks for child rearing or because women still earn less than men.

Over five weeks the program addresses financial issues specific to women, through engaging and educational articles and events, so they can create an enjoyable lifestyle now and throughout retirement.

Over 12,000 women have been through this fee-free program since its launch in 2012.

What's included in the Super Woman Money Program?

VicSuper works with independent female financial planners to deliver a holistic, and engaging, program. Each program includes: 

  • Detailed articles on a wide range of financial topics - like goal setting, emotional spending, super, money and relationships, investing and taxation tips.
  • Seminars on common issues like saving, planning, investing and super.
  • A dedicated website with an 'Ask the expert' section where women can post questions to financial planners.

The program runs twice a year and there's no cost to participate.

Learn more or register for the next program at superwomanmoney.com.au.